Officials said Friday the new offering of a Bachelor of Global Management is the latest development from the school's recent merger with Arizona State University.
They say the Arizona Board of Regents has approved the degree program, which will have a focus on global management and language development.
It will be offered at the ASU West campus in northwest Phoenix, just a few miles away from Thunderbird.
Thunderbird was first established in Glendale in 1946. Last fall, the school reported a student body of 530 in full-time programs and 482 in its online and executive MBA programs.